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Types of EV chargers for electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid

From the online store Ecarcharger.store you can buy chargers for electric cars at the best prices. We offer single-phase and three-phase chargers with charging power from 3.7kw to 22kw at 16A or 32A. Depending on your needs, you can choose between mobile charging stations and wall charging stations (wallboxes), which you can install in your garage or yard.

AC chargers with alternating current and power from 3kw to 22kw

AC charging stations are an essential part of the charging infrastructure for electric vehicles. These stations are designed for the standard electrical network. AC charging is the most common method of charging electric vehicles, providing a convenient and affordable charging solution for drivers at home.

AC chargers come in different power levels to meet different charging needs, divided into single-phase and three-phase chargers. Single-phase allows charging with a power of up to 7.2kw, and three-phase allows charging with a power of up to 22kw.

DC chargers with direct current and power over 50kw (fast charging stations)

DC charging stations offer fast, high-power charging options. These stations are strategically located along highways, in urban areas and at rest areas to provide quick and convenient charging options when traveling long distances and limit the time you need to charge. DC charging stations are designed to deliver high-voltage power to electric vehicles, ranging from 50 kW to 350 kW, depending on station capacity and vehicle capabilities.

Single-phase chargers for electric cars

Single-phase chargers are designed for a 1-phase home electrical system. These chargers allow charging up to 7.4kw, which is suitable for almost all electric cars and hybrids.

Type 2 three-phase chargers

These charging stations for electric cars are wall boxes with a type 2 plug. With them you can charge with a maximum of 22kw of power – 32A and 3 phases. The type 2 plug is the standard in Europe and is now also installed in Asian and American electric cars. The current is limited by the specifications of the charging cable and type 2 plug. The charging stations have copper wires with a cross-section of 6 mm² for a maximum current of 32A. This cross-section even allows up to 35A in normal operation, but is limited to 32A in electromobility to prevent overheating.

How long does it take to charge my car?

It depends on the size of the battery in your car and the power of the charging point. Typically, plug-in hybrids charge at a rate of 3.7kW, fully charging within 3 hours. Fully electric cars can be charged with 7.4kW on single phase power but have a much larger battery, a 75kWh Tesla Model S will take 10 hours to fully charge. A 3.7kW charge charges at approximately 12mph, a 7.4kW charge will charge at approximately 24mph.

Do different EVs require different chargers?

There are two standard connectors that the different EV models use (Type 1 and Type 2), the market is moving towards using the European standard Type 2, but charging points are available in both, and there are also adapter cables from Type 1 to Type 2.

Can I charge with solar panels?

Yes, there are several ways to do this. One is to use the special charger that redirects excess production to an electric vehicle. So what would have been exported back to the grid now gives you zero-carbon mobility. However, you will need to park your EV at home during the day. The alternative is to use a battery system to store this energy and then have your vehicle discharge it at night.

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